Following The Great Recession and The Fed’s extraordinary response, there was a lot of money available that we seeking risky assets, such as equities, housing and apartments.
Venture capital, the darling of business schools (that rarely look at the data, but focus on the snake oil-aspect of VC), has been in decline since 2014 after a meteoric rise after 2007.
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As The Fed begins it perilous journey to return to normalized interest rates, the VC bubble will disappear.
Will other risky assets bubbles begin exploding as well?
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